Now, why would I need Suze Orman...
...when I've got my Guru, Jon Stewart! - Click here -
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I saw this video of scientist, Oliver Kreylos, a few days ago. It's amazing how with some cool software hacked together to work with Microsoft Kinect, Oliver and others may have opened up some interesting possibilities in 3D image production, computing and virtual reality.
Here's the video:
Really amazing costumes seen at New York Comic Con 2010. I'm thinking I should plan this into my calendar for next year.
I found this on YouTube a short while back. I don't think I need to say much about the video. Just watch and enjoy.
Cee Lo Green's music video is funny as hell. Can't get it out of my head.
Why this video works:
- The video does not try hard to "outdo" the song.
- The song has a really catchy tune. (Duh.)
- The lyrics are so funny, you know that's it not meant to be taken seriously.
- The lyrics tugs on every guy's feeling (heck, every lady's feeling, even), bringing them back to a moment in time when they actually saw someone else go out with a gal/guy they liked.
Warning: After watching this video, anytime someone slams into you in the train/on a bus/in a crack house, you'll feel compelled to say "F**k youuuu... Ooo Ooo Ooooo".
I found this video on YouTube about a soon-to-be first-time dad going through the motions of preparing for well... being a first-time dad.
The Google Search guys have made some really clever videos in the past for their Google Search Stories series, and this one is funny and heartwarming at the same time.
Personally, I would stop at one, but hey, with Google search, anything can happen and plans can change. :)
Enjoy the video.
The cool people at Skype should do fun videos like this really cool spoof of "New York" by Jay-Z ft Alicia Keys. It will help them stay connected with the young and the tech folk audience.
I thought the guy rapping was funny, but when the young lady doing AK, came on I couldn't stop laughing. Funny as hell. I'd hire her for my next short film in a heartbeat. Then again I'm in Singapore, so I may not be able to hire her anytime soon. Can someone hire her for their next short film, if she fits the part? I think she played AK pretty well, and if the voice we heard came from her pipes give her a recording contract, dammit!
...to my buddy @yaoquan for info abt this video.
BTW, @yaoquan is the young, good-looking founder of the online events management tool, FlickEvents.com (If you're female and single, let me know, and I'll connect you with him.)
The only instruction for this is...
...just look at the + that's right in the middle of the pink dots arranged in a circular arrangement. Focus on that + for awhile, and you will see something happen.
Image credit: Found on Toadstool
The pink dots!
They, they... they disappear!
OK, back to work.
This is a really cool video using the voices of the characters from the film "The Matrix", and Lego bricks.